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Religion and Ethics for OCR is an ideal guide for students taking the Religion and Ethics option of either the new AS Level or A Level qualification offered by OCR, starting in September 2016.
Mark Coffey is a teacher of Religion and Philosophy at The Manchester Grammar School with more than two decades of experience in guiding students to A Level success. An Oxford theology graduate, he did a Master s degree by research on Hauerwas at Leeds University under Nigel Biggar. He has written an introduction to the theological ethics of Stanley Hauerwas and is a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio 4. Dennis Brown is head of one of the largest departments of Religion & Philosophy in Britain, at Manchester Grammar School. He studied Theology and Philosophy at Edinburgh, New York and Oxford universities. In addition to writing books and articles on early Church History, he has authored A Level textbooks on Religious Studies and has wide experience of examining, question-paper setting and syllabus development.